Bulletin for 5-20-2011

North Carolina Medical Society - NCMS Bulletin

Volume 62 Issue 20 – May 20, 2011

Featured Stories

Legislative Update: Lawmakers Work on Many Health-Related Bills

Amidst the budget talks, the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services met on Wednesday morning to discuss two pieces of legislation.

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NC Representative Protests Congressional Effort to Address Liability Reform

State and national efforts to reform the medical liability climate continue as physicians and their advocates assert that the current climate dramatically increases the cost of health care.

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In This Issue

Senator Burr Co-Sponsors Bill to Reform and Strengthen Medicaid

Make Plans for the July 16, 2011 ACO Seminar at Research Triangle Park

CMS EHR Website Offers Attestation Worksheets for Meaningful Use

AMGA Letter to CMS Expresses Concerns over Proposed Rule and ACOs

The Latest on the Medicare Part B Transition

Help Us Design Your 2011 NCMS Annual Meeting

Donations Sought for NCMS Foundation Fundraising Raffle

2011 NCMS Leadership College Scholars Convene for Leadership Training in Chapel Hill

NCMS Foundation Trustee Named Charlotte’s “Woman of the Year”

Duke Health Care Leader Joins UNC School of Medicine

In the News This Week…

NC Endocrinologists To Hold Annual Meeting This September in Asheville

Have You Signed Up for the 2011 NCMS Sports Medicine Symposium?

Learning Opportunities Center

Staff Rounds: Your NCMS at Work for You

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Meetings & Events

05/20/2011
Legal Issues for Healthcare and Human Service Providers
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05/23/2011
The World Congress 2nd Annual Leadership Conference on Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs)
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05/24/2011
Women’s and Men’s Health Program
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Contact Info

Address:
PO Box 27167
Raleigh, NC 27611

Phone:
1.919.833.3836
1.800.722.1350 (NC only)

Fax:
1.919.833.2023 FAX

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